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Reasons To Send Your Employees Back To School - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

Reasons To Send Your Employees Back To School

You are constantly looking for ways to improve your business, whether it is by reaching new customers or improving the way things work within your company. While some options might be obvious to you, some ideas, such as sending your staff to classes to improve their education, can have long term benefits for both them and you. Here are a few reasons that you should help them get back into school.

Help Them Be More Productive

When you encourage your employees to seek out additional education opportunities, they will learn new skills that can help them with the job then have now or with a future promotion within your company. They will be able to take on more responsibility that equates with the new knowledge that they have. And if they get the chance to advance within your corporation, you will feel comfortable giving the position to someone who is familiar with your company dynamic instead of an outside hire who will be unfamiliar with the way things work. 

Make Them Feel Better About Themselves

Having additional degrees can boost an employee's self-esteem, especially when they realize what that education will mean to an employer. A student who has just completed their law degree through an online llm program is aware of the value they have for the business they work for. Knowing that they can contribute more towards their job and that you are grateful for their contribution to your corporation will increase their self-esteem and lead them to devote many years to you. In addition, they will be grateful that you took the chance and helped them make themselves better. 

They Want To Stay

There is the fear when you send employees to classes that they will use their new knowledge to find a job somewhere else. However, they will see the faith that you have in them and what they can do. This will make them want to stay and work for you. They will feel that you invested in them and their lives. They will, in turn, want to invest in your business by putting the education that you helped them achieve back into the company that supported them. They will see chances to advance within your company and take advantage of them.

How You Can Help Your Employees

The simplest way that you can urge your employees to seek out more learning is to set up a continuing education fund to help them pay for it. Depending what your spending budget is, you can offer to pay a portion or all of it once the semester is completed. Contact online schools in your area and talk with the admissions program to get their assistance in enrolling your interested employees. They may be able to meet with your staff and explain how they can help each of them get into class. Be flexible with scheduling so each member of your company can be in attendance at school and study afterwards with little stress. If an employee is interested in moving up in your company, sit down with them and clearly define what each position entails. Look at their experience and then suggest what courses they should enroll in to achieve that promotion in the future. 

Start Your Own Courses

If you or someone within your company is qualified to teach in an educational system, consider setting up your own set of classes for your employees to attend. One example of this would be if the instructor was knowledgeable in computer science and had the authority to certify students in certain types of computer programming. This also works if your company has specific levels of training within it that pertains to the operation of the organization. A staff member could elevate themselves within the company by taking these courses, giving each person in the corporation the same chance to hold a management position if they put in the time in the classroom. Retaining quality employees can be a challenge for any business, especially if your market has several openings. Investing in the education for your employees demonstrates to them that you believe in what they can do. This loyalty will boost their self-esteem, give them more opportunities for advancement within your business, and keep them working for you for years to come.

Publish Date: June 30, 2020 2:58 PM

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